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Using Your Readings and Resources List

Export to Word

Students can export citations from a Readings and Resources list to Word, PDF and EndNote.

 

1. Select the ellipsis ( ... ) menu at the top right of the reading list.

Choose Export and select your preferred format.

 

 

2. Select your export preference options.

Choose the bibliographic style and your sort preference.

** IMPORTANT **
Your reading list is not a bibliographic management tool. You are strongly encouraged to check the quality and accuracy of the citations exported from your list. You may need to make amendments to the punctuation, capitalisation and general formatting. 

You are encouraged to refer to Referencing at Charles Sturt for guidance on how to reference or to contact the Academic Skills Team for more comprehensive or specialised referencing advice. 

Export to EndNote

undefinedIf you're using readings in an assignment and have EndNote installed on your computer, you can export the references from your reading list to your EndNote library. Just follow these steps:

  • In your "Collection", select the resource you want to send to EndNote
  • Click on the ellipses (or 3 dots) at the top of your reading list
  • Click on Export to see your export options, then choose the To RIS link. This will send the reference to your EndNote library.

Records downloaded into your EndNote library will often need to be edited in order to meet the requirements of your referencing style. For help with referencing, please take a look at the Charles Sturt referencing guides in the Student Portal.

TIP: Check each record in the Preview tab of EndNote to ensure it looks correct for your referencing style.

For more information on EndNote and how to install and use it, please visit our EndNote Library guide.

Accessibility options

Within your list you have the option to enhance the accessibility of your reading list. To change the accessibility options, follow these steps:

  • undefinedClick on your initials in the top right hand corner of the reading list screen. From the drop down menu that appears, select Accessibility Menu.

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  • From the Accessibility menu pop up box that appears, users may change the font size of their list or choose one of the site contrast options. These options make the screen, text and images more readable.

 

 

 

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